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Supporting Mental Health During a Pandemic

Amanda Muscatell 28 May 2020 Supporting Student-Athlete Mental Health during the COVID-19 Pandemic The disruption of daily life, social restrictions, fear and uncertainty of the future due to the COVID-19 pandemic has had mental health effects on most people. Student athletes face additional stressors related to a loss of identity, navigating online learning, mourning the loss of many things during … Continue reading Supporting Mental Health During a Pandemic
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COVID-19: Supporting Athletes at Home

Amanda Muscatell 1 April 2020 Athletic Trainers Share Advice for Parents at Home with Athletes during COVID-19 Pandemic By Liz Quinn, NATA Content Specialist On March 26,  At Your Own Risk provided a Facebook Live hosted by Jen Christensen, kindergarten teacher and Kansas City Mom Collective blog contributor,  and The University of Kansas Health System athletic trainer Dakota Orlando, MSEd, … Continue reading COVID-19: Supporting Athletes at Home
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Influencing Change: All Athletes Deserve an AT

Amanda Muscatell 31 January 2020 A sneak peek into the landscape of youth sports safety in California and Missouri.  Most of America is gearing up for one of the biggest sporting events of the year, Super Bowl LIV, where the Kansas City Chiefs will take on the San Francisco 49ers. Both teams have been preparing for this moment the entire … Continue reading Influencing Change: All Athletes Deserve an AT
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